|Kindertotenlieder (Episode 6 of 14)|
Performance of a short play by William West about four children of the 21st century - or are they? The cast includes Deborah Jowitt, Randa Haines, Mike Hodel, and George Spelvin. Directed by Baird Searles for WBAI's 99.5 Radio Theatre. Contains 13 seconds of test tone at beginning of recording. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3830.16.
Keywords: Radio plays; West; William; Science fiction
|Koch watch report|
Collection of David Rothenberg's "Koch Watch" reports from WBAI. Begins with great piece of music written for the mayor. 1) Coverage of anti-apartheid rally in Central Park where Koch was booed after calling certain members of the crowd "Marxist-Leninists"; 2) The resignation of Victor Botnick, the controversial Chair of the Health and Hospital Corporations; 3) Koch's hypocritical participation in Hands Across America benefit on Memorial Day, 1986; 4) The rebuilding of Madison Square Garden and ...
Blues musician Koko Taylor (1928 - 2009) is interviewed by WBAI by phone from Chicago. Taylor talks about her religious upbringing, her musical influences, and why young people don't know anything about blues music.
|KPFA news of October 31 1968 - Pacifica Radio Archives|
KPFA news of October 31, 1968, read by Hanna Pitkin and Robert Holmes. Edition of news including President Johnson's announcement of a halt in the bombing of North Vietnam. (ca. 35 min.) BB0356 Pacifica Radio Archives
Keywords: johnson; vietnam; war; president; holmes; kpfa; pacifica
|KPOV - From the Vault Pitch (11 min) - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Brian DeShazor, Mark Torres, and Shawn Dellis from the Pacifica Radio Archives in Los Angeles ask listeners of KPOV 106.7 LP FM Bend Community Radio to pledge their support and donate to receive the amazing "From the Vault" MP3 Series thank-you gift.
Keywords: KPOV; Pacifica Radio Archives; From the Vault
|Kris Welch and Chuy Varela interview Bobbie McFerrin|
Kris Welch and Chuy Varela interview Bobbie McFerrin, an African-American singer, songwriter, and conductor, for KPFA Morning Show. They talk about his new release, "Circlesongs" circa 1998.
|KZ0212 Seven Words You Can't Say on Television - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Comedy routine which challenges FCC obscenity regulations. Recorded by Roy Tuckman at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California, 1977.
Keywords: George Carlin; FCC; Pacifica
|KZ1184 The Palestinian -Israeli Conflict - Pacifica Radio Archives|
On the history of Palestine since 1945, the growth of a Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and the need for peaceful co-existence. Includes P.L.O. actuality.
Keywords: pacifica; Palestine; Israel; PUSH